Milestones

There are so many things to worry about with kids. I know you experienced mommies out there know what I mean (and probably worry a little less after 1). Just a week ago I was freaked out about Fynn not drinking his sippy and not trying non-purees. What a difference a couple weeks make. This week, Fynn has been drinking exclusively from the sippy cup, and he’s getting more adventurous about which cup he uses. Plus, he’s been trying new foods that Nate and I are eating – last night: rice. Not to mention the big change that started on June 26. The little monster man is walking! It is so strange to watch him walk around the house. Only 13 months ago he couldn’t even roll to his side or smile! Those little babies grow up so fast.

We had some more good news this week. Fynn got back into his daycare for September. So 2 and a half days a week he’ll be heading to the nuns. All of the teachers are really nice, so I’m pretty happy he got back in. I really didn’t want to try to find another good daycare.

I’m very excited about the weekend. I’m desparatley trying to clean up the house so I won’t feel guilty about not doing anything this weekend. So far, the living room, bedrooms, and the laundry is done. Tomorrow I’m working on the kitchen and Nate is working on the bathroom when he gets home from work. Then – a clean house and a fun-filled weekend. A friend’s 40th birthday party on Saturday, then we are headed down to the boat with the Fynn and friends for 3rd of July fireworks (hopefully he makes it through this year and I don’t have to try to drive back up the hill during the festivities. And we just got invited to a party out in Oconomowoc on July 4, complete with a parade…yay!

That’s it for now. Have a blessed and safe holiday weekend, friends!

3 thoughts on “Milestones

  1. It is so amazing when they start walking. I was just watching Beth “run” today and noticing how not smooth it is. Almost Frankenstein-y. But she doesn’t usually fall down doing it, so it’s good practice. I had to wait until Beth was 14 months old to walk, and boy was I anxious. It’s great not having to carry her around so much. It can also be frustrating when you want to go faster, but they want to walk. Happy 4th!

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